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"Bay of Fundy Recommended Experiences" is a network of great accommodations, exhilarating outdoor adventures and the areas’ most mesmerizing natural and cultural attractions. Businesses in the Recommended Experieces network voluntarily exceed Bay of Fundy Tourism’s rigorous standards of quality, customer service, ecological sustainability, and Fundy knowledge. Discover tourism businesses in the network: Things to Do & Places to Stay.
The Bay of Fundy Tourism Partnership aims to raise the profile of Bay of Fundy as an internationally significant nature tourism destination and work with the tourism industry to ensure the most engaging visitor experiences possible. The Partnership is supported by New Brunswick Tourism & Parks; Nova Scotia Tourism, Culture & Heritage; Fundy-based regional tourism associations and development agencies; and tourism businesses.
Visit Atlantic Canada’s Bay of Fundy! Home to the highest tides in the world, the Bay of Fundy is a 270 km (170 mile) long ocean bay that stretches between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on Canada's east coast.
Each day 100 billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy during one tide cycle more than the combined flow of the world’s freshwater rivers!
Bay of Fundy cuisine is not to be missed! Lobster, scallops, mussels, smoked salmon, and other fresh fish are perfect complements to Fundy’s award winning wines. In addition to traditional harvets of wild blueberries and maple products, Fundy retaurants, inns and farm markets feature a great variety of fresh fruit and vegetables. If you dare, sample Fundy’s popular edible seaweed snack: dulse!
Attractions showcasing Fundy’s dynamic ecology and geology are spread through-out the region. Such crown jewels of the Fundy seascape include national and provincial parks, coastal hiking trails, natural history museums, lighthouses and tide harbours. The region’s culture and history are celebrated at Fundy inter-pretation centres, historic sites, museums, horticultural display gardens, and artisans’ studios.
Experience authentic Fundy hospitality with accommodations celebrating the Bay’s rich architectural heritage. Choose from a broad spectrum of full-service hotels, distinctive country inns, historic bed and breakfasts, and beautifully crafted coastal cottages.
Join the people of the Bay as they celebrate, share, and preserve the earth’s most dramatic and diverse tidal environment. It’s a visitor experience unlike any other in the world!
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